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Get crash courses in Excel and Google Sheets for less than $20

Let’s say you’re someone who’s been angling for IT certification because you want to launch a new career or enhance your current one. Perhaps you just graduated high school or college and feel as though a little extra certification could help. You’re right, it will.

If you’re looking to start getting some serious training under your belt that will catch a future employer’s attention, you might want to start with something you already know. Well, why not take something you’re familiar with and become an outright master at it?

Whether it’s Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel, chances are high that your current or future employer is going to use one of the tools. What was once Microsoft’s world is now Google’s. At least as far as we can tell. On the other hand, Microsoft has made great strides over the last few years, following Google’s lead in offering online spreadsheets.

Purchase the Excel & Google Sheets Mastery Bundle for $19

What to do if you’ve got very little experience in either one? Take a crash course and familiarize yourself with the ins and outs. We’re here to help.

The AndroidGuys Deals Store is currently offering an awesome 2-for-1 bundle on training for both Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets. This way you don’t have to guess which one your company (or professor) is going to use; you’re ready either way.

With more than 40 hours of education spread over the courses, you’ll get everything you need to edge out your co-worker.

Microsoft Excel For Beginners

  • Access 160 modules & 32 hours of content 24/7
  • Explore the basics of navigating & designing a spreadsheet
  • Streamline your work w/ popular formulas, like IF, VLOOKUP, COUNT, SUM & SUMIF
  • Learn how to use PivotTables, Pivot Charts & basic macros
  • Familiarize yourself w/ conditional, cell & number formatting
  • Validate your training w/ a certification of completion

Google Sheets For Beginners

  • Access 7 sections & 7 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn how to present & organize data in Google Sheets
  • Replicate Microsoft Excel’s functions by using macros, import HTML & scripts
  • Quickly write formulas using the point-and-click method
  • Explore data tools, like sorting, subtotaling & filtering
  • Discover how to automate tasks w/ scripts & add-ons
  • Validate your training w/ a certification of completion

Valued at nearly $700 for the training, it’s yours for just $19. That’s right, we’re knocking 97 percent off the price just because we’re cool like that. Hurry, and take advantage of the savings before it goes away!

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Google brings new feature to Docs called Explore

Google is constantly working to improve its productivity suite. Last week, doctor  the company brought natural language search so it’s easier than ever to search for documents in Drive. Today, drugs Google is rolling out a new feature to Docs, Sheets, and Slides called Explore. Explore Explore is a way to bring insights, design tools, and research recommendations to

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Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets Now Support Split Screen on iPad

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iPad: One of the big appeals of split-screen multi-tasking on the iPad was the ability to write and browse the internet the internet at the same time. However, apps have to get updated to support the feature. Google’s finally rolled out updates for Docs, Slides, and Sheets to do just that.

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Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets Now Support Split Screen on iPad

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iPad: One of the big appeals of split-screen multi-tasking on the iPad was the ability to write and browse the internet the internet at the same time. However, apps have to get updated to support the feature. Google’s finally rolled out updates for Docs, Slides, and Sheets to do just that.

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You Can Now Get Add-Ons For Google Docs and Sheets on Android

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Android: Google Drive on the web comes with a ton of awesome and useful add-ons
. Now, that power’s coming to Android. When using Docs or Sheets, you can install a selection of add-ons built specifically to extend the mobile apps’ functionality.

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Learn How to Master Google Forms With This Handy Visual Guide

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Google Forms is one of the easiest ways to gather data for your spreadsheets in Google Sheets. If you’re not familiar with its ins and outs, this visual guide shows you what you need to know to get started.

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Learn How to Master Google Forms With This Handy Visual Guide

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Google Forms is one of the easiest ways to gather data for your spreadsheets in Google Sheets. If you’re not familiar with its ins and outs, this visual guide shows you what you need to know to get started.

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New Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides features make schoolwork less miserable

Being a college student myself, site Google Drive has been one of the best tool to use for writing papers, buy working on group projects, for sale and otherwise staying organized. The best part is, I don’t have to spend my precious student’s budget on it: it’s free!

Google is continuing to add value to Google Drive with its slew of updates, tailored for students (although, anyone can use them!).

First up, the “Research” tool, which has been accessible in Google Docs on the web version for awhile is now available in Docs for Android. This allows you to search Google without having to leave Docs, and then insert what you find directly into your Doc.

Next, you can now dictate your Docs! This is available in both the web version and app. Voice typing will even recognize formatting commands like “new paragraph” or “exclamation point”. Voice typing is even available in more than 40 languages, helping language students, and students around the world.

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The next update isn’t a new feature so much as a change of location and design. Looking at revision history is now accessible in a fancy little button that says “See new changes” (shown above). This lets you see what recent changes were made and by whom, especially useful when collaborating on a project.

Forms has also been updated with a new design, and now easier ways to insert images, GIFs, or videos.

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Also added are a bunch of new templates in Docs, Sheets, and Slides! Now templates for reports, portfolios, resumes, and more are all available to make your project look that much better.

Sheets has been updated with a fancy new feature called Explore.

Explore creates charts and insights automatically, so you can visualize trends and understand your data in seconds on the web or on your Android. It’s like having an expert analyst right by your side.

-Official Google Blog

The last new feature is something for Google Classroom users. Teachers can now instantly send websites to the entire class with a Chrome extension.

This is one big update, and a few of these are definitely features I’m excited to try out myself!

Do these features seem useful to you? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

 

 

SOURCE: Official Google Blog

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Google to announce changes to its productivity apps on September 2nd





Google has typically had a monopoly on productivity apps on the Android and Chromebook platforms, ask but with Microsoft strengthening its presence in Google’s territory, decease it’s clear some changes are needed to get Google’s apps back in the game. To that end, sale Google has called for an event on September 2nd at Google’s headquarters which aims to announce updates to its productivity apps including Docs, Sheets, Slides and Google Classroom – that last one allows teachers to manage their lessons and content better.

The focus of the improvements will be for students, teachers and professionals in general and invites to the event have been sent out expressing that these updates will be detailed at the event. We’re excited to see what Google is going to bring to the table as education (and productivity) is an area that could really benefit from more integration with Google’s core services.


What do you think about Google taking more interesting in productivity apps? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Source: PC World via TalkAndroid

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Updates rolling out to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides with interesting things missing

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The Google Drive G+ page today alerted the world that there are updates on the way for Google Docs, advice Sheets and Slides today. Google tosses out a few small tidbits about what you can expect to gain in the updates. In Docs you will find the ability to let you choose your line spacing from single, check
double or fractional. A nice feature if you need to give your writing a little more room to breathe, or have a project that requires specific spacing guidelines.

In Sheets you will find the addition of a scrollbar on the right and bottom of the document. I saw it on the Note 4, but not on the Galaxy S4. In Slides you are now able to insert, move, resize and rotate text boxes, shapes, and lines. Google demonstrates that in a handy little GIF that went along with the announcement.

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All in a days work for Google. Google goes on to mention that all three apps are now even friendlier with Office files and other updates. They have also added better accessibility options and squashed some bugs. However, it is the things that I found missing that were a bit more interesting to me. On Docs, if you head to settings you lose the Cache Size setting entirely and now only have the option to clear the cache. The toggle to Enable Encryption is also MIA. They have clarified the document creation setting though which now states “Create Word Files” instead of “Create files in other formats”.

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Image on the left is before the update and image on the right is after the update. 

Not sure what to make of those changes or if it is even a big deal or not. The Encryption and Cache size options are also missing from Sheets. I haven’t seen the slides update yet, but I am sure it will be missing the same things with possible other changes.

Be on the look out in the Play Store for the latest updated version of the apps. If you are impatient, you can always snag them from Gappsearly.

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